The Boone County Entertainers - The Blind Man And His Child / Honeysuckle Time download mp3 album
The Boone County Entertainers. The Boone County Entertainers. The Blind Man And His Child, Honeysuckle Time (Shellac, 10").
Christopher John Francis Boone, a fifteen-year-old boy who is on the autism spectrum, lives with his father, explaining that his mother, Judy, died two years ago. The boy discovers the dead body of the neighbour's dog, Wellington, speared by a garden fork. Mrs Shears, the dog's owner, calls the police, and Christopher comes under suspicion. When a policeman touches him, he hits the policeman, and is arrested, then released with a police caution. Kimball Brizendine, the Mayor of Friendswood, issued a proclamation declaring "Galveston County Reads Day" and encouraging "all citizens, teens to seniors" to read the novel. Five days later, he retracted the statement, declaring that it was "not intention to endorse this readership for our younger readers. Like Colour to the Blind. Look Me in the Eye. Mother Warriors.
blind man's face is not visible; the second twists his head as he falls, perhaps to avoid landing face-first. The backward-falling posture of the guide demonstrates Bruegel's mastery of foreshortening.
An old blind man was sitting on a busy street corner in the rush-hour begging for money. On a cardboard sign, next to an empty tin cup, he had written: ‘I’m blind – Please help’. No-one was giving him any money. A young advertising writer walked past and saw the blind man with his sign and empty cup, and also saw the many people passing by completely unmoved, let alone stopping to give money. The advertising writer took a thick marker-pen from her pocket, turned the cardboard sheet back-to-front, and re-wrote the sign, then went on her way. Immediately, people began putting money into the tin.
Performed in front of a live TV audience, Deep Purple storm through the amazing song 'Child In Time'. This song features the classic Mk2 line up of aice/Blackmore. Child in Time (Live Version).
Although his father has told him to stay out of other people’s business, Christopher decides to disobey because Ed’s instructions are too vague. That evening, he goes to Mrs. Shears’s house and asks if she knows who killed Wellington, but she shuts the door in his face. He snoops in her garden shed and sees a pitchfork that looks like the one that killed Wellington. The following day, Christopher decides to interrogate the other neighbors on his street, even though he doesn’t like talking to strangers. Before he can do so, however, the train begins to move. The policeman arranges for a car to pick them up at the next station.
BLIND MAN 6: None of you know how an elephant looks like!, I think that the elephant looks like a rope to tie packages. BLIND MAN 1: How do you dare to insult me?. I am sure that it looks like a wall. The Blind Men start fighting with each other. There´s great confusion and everybody is talking at the same time). BLIND MAN 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6:(all at the same time) No one will say that I am wron. ake this!. Ouch, ouc. ut I am righ. .
A blind man is swinging his dog around on its leash like a helicopter. A shocked onlooker asks "What are you doing?" The blind man replies "Oh, just looking around. A blind man "I see," peeing into the wind. It's all coming back to me no. A blind man wanders into an all girls biker bar by mistake. After sitting there for awhile, he yells to the waiter, Hey, you wanna hear a blonde joke? The bar immediately falls absolutely silent
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|A||The Blind Man And His Child
Written-By – Thompson*, Brooks*
Written-By – Brooks*
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Paul Miles
- Fiddle [Uncredited] – Guy Brooks
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – A.P. Thompson
- Harmonica [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Bob Cranford
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Paul Miles (tracks: A)
NotesThe Boone County Entertainers is a pseudonym for The Red Fox Chasers.
Both sides recorded 28 June 1928 in Richmond, IN.
Credits, recording dates and matrices reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A matrix): 13940-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B matrix): 13939